If you refinish furniture, what is the most difficult type of table to source? For me, it’s console tables. Console tables are so incredibly versatile that they seem to get scooped up the minute they’re put in a thrift store or online for sale – making the supply very slim. Sometimes I get lucky though. Today’s feature is a navy blue console table.
Before we get to the pretty pictures though, can I go a little off-topic and say how much work it is going through the kids clothes and cleaning out their closets. You know that time of year when you clean out the closets, put away the heavy winter clothes, and bring out the shorts and t-shirts. If you’re a mom of young kids, you know what I mean. And if you live a climate like New England, I totally sympathize with you. It’s a ton of work!
The kids and I spent the day doing the change-over of clothes. Four hours to be exact. Who needs gym, when I have my own built-in stairmaster! I walked up and down the three flights of stairs for what felt like 80 bazillion times.
My two oldest have, for the most part, finished growing so it was just a matter of re-organizing their closets and removing a few items. But my youngest is at the beginning of his growth spurt and grew about 4 inches since last Fall. We practically packed up his entire closet to be donated!
I then went on to clean out my own clothes. I try really hard to only pack away one very large bucket. I figure if I have to pack up more more than that, then I have too many clothes.
I don’t shop very often. As a matter of fact, I really dislike clothes shopping, so I’m not sure how I accumulated so many clothes.
I would love to have a capsule wardrobe. Just a few basic items. I dream of no major decisions to make in the morning and everything matching and blending with one another. Yup, if I could just get there, I’d love to get down to a capsule wardrobe.
I’ll have to work on that.
Ok, I’ve really gotten off track here.
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